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Sep 23, 2012 11:00pm EDT
chuck schumer legal counsel and went on to become an obama nominee. our interaction really weren't about partisan politics. >> you lead off this story with a man named herb allison. who is he and what role did he play and what's that story about in the beginning? >> herb was at the time, was the assistant secretary of financial stability. which meant his job was so oversee the implementation of t.a.r.p. the $700 billion funded bank bailout. prior to that, herb had a story career on wall street. he had just about every major job you could imagine merrill lynch. he then went on to become ski at tia craft. then, in april 2009, he came in eventually made head of t.a.r.p. my interaction with him was providing oversight and many times very critical of the things he was doing that the treasury department was doing that secretary geithner was doing. he was my main portal into terry. we had a number of conflicts as you can imagine. our jobs were not necessarily going to create a long lasting friendship. it was my job was to criticize him and make recommendations where i thought he and the p
Sep 24, 2012 6:00am EDT
went on to become an obama nominee for the southern district of new york. although our discussions were very political, it is not about partisan politics. it was really never an issue. you lead off this story with a man named herbert allison. who is the and what role does he play? >> he was the assistant secretary of financial stability commodes -- financial stability, prior to that, he had a storied career on wall street. he had just about every major job he could think of that merrill lynch. he went on to become the ceo of tia craft and retired in 2008 when paulson called him as the financial crisis was starting to take off to come to washington to run fannie mae after ed -- after it had been put into conservatorship. in 2009, he beat -- he came in and eventually was made the head arp.o our jobs were not going to creative long-lasting friendship. it was my job was to criticize him and make recommendations where i thought he and the program gone off the rail. which by 2010 was pretty often. we sat and had a meeting offline to clear the air and can have a couple drinks and diffuse
Sep 17, 2012 6:00am EDT
barack obama? >> he is a hero of mine. >> you have the president saying that rod blagojevich is a hero of his. how do you do this? >> i remember when rick perry announced he was running for president, i started looking at all of his old videos. this guy is going to have some issues. he is not the most articulate speaker. there were videos i found that i did not think would play well to the republican primary as a whole. >> where are you looking? >> i am looking at youtube, c- span -- with c-span, you can search people's transcripts by words. if i want to find paul ryan when he is talking about medicare or talking about romney's health-care plan in massachusetts, i will go back and watch a program that paul ryan was doing in 2010. sometimes, it is just searching by whether things were said in a specific date range or sometimes you are just looking for keywords. >> let's go back to a 1995 clip. paul ryan was not even in congress. >> he was a legislative director. >> where did you find this? >> this was in the c-span archive as well. i noticed there were four people named paul ryan i
Sep 3, 2012 6:00am EDT
angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa. live at 12:30 p.m., president obama speaking at a uaw labor day rally in toledo, ohio. >> we live in a world where technology, where networks, are of increasing consequence in our foreign policy. it's driving political movement, it's increasingly the backbone for communications in commerce around the world, and so for us it's just a tool, but it's an important tool. so we use it for communications, we have 288 facebook pages with 13 million friends, i think we have almost 200 official twitter accounts with a couple million followers who are using it for communications. but of greater consequence in my opinion is part of what we're looking at are some really tough traditional foreign policy challenges, and thinking about how we can apply two of america's unique strengths, our ability to innovate and our technology and see how we can apply those to a foreign policy challenge. >> more about u.s. technology in foreign policy tonight at 8:00 eastern on c-span2. >> this morning, charlotte observer political reporter tim funk previews the democratic national c
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